The Bachelor of Applied Science degree is a total of 180 credits
Credits are split into three 60-credit sections:
General Education (60 credits) Break Down:
Note: alternate courses from an accredited college may be accepted to meet the General Education Requirements through the transcript evaluation process if completed prior to starting the BAS program. See Program Manager.
Communication Skills (10 credits)
OUTCOME: Communicate and interact effectively through a variety of methods appropriate to audience, context, purpose, and field/discipline.
- ENGL& 101 - English Composition I 5.0 Credits
- ENGL& 235 - Technical Writing 5.0 Credits
Quantitative Analysis/Symbolic Reasoning Skills (5 credits)
OUTCOME: Reason clearly using academic or professional modes of inquiry; using quantitative or symbolic reasoning; and/or using other discipline/field specific methods to explore and create ideas; identify information needs; process, evaluate, and use information; and recognize, analyze, and solve problems.
- MATH& 141 - Precalculus I 5.0 Credits
Humanities Distribution (10 credits)
OUTCOME: Use humanities-based methods to reason, communicate, make meaning, solve problems, and/or create or perform cultural works for diverse audiences and purposes.
- CMST& 210 - Interpersonal Communication: CD 5.0 Credits
- CMST& 220 - Public Speaking 5.0 Credits
Natural Sciences and Mathematics Distribution (10 credits)
OUTCOME: Use scientific and mathematical methods, modes of inquiry, and terminology to demonstrate knowledge, comprehension, and application of science concepts and insights.
- PHYS& 114 - General Physics I with Lab 5.0 Credits
- PHIL& 120 - Symbolic Logic 5.0 Credits
Social Sciences Distribution (10 credits)
OUTCOME: Use social science theories and methods to reason, communicate, apply insights, solve problems, and to develop a critical understanding of the diversity and interdependence of peoples and cultures.
See the Course List - Social Sciences Distribution Courses to view course choices.
Additional Program/General Education Requirements (15 credits)
Choose three additional courses from the humanities, natural sciences and mathematics, or social sciences course distribution lists provided below.